Peacock Bass Fishing with Ross and Wendy Bass

Peacock Bass Fishing with Ross and Wendy Bass

Hi there, this is Captain Brett Isackson doing a daily fishing report for today.

Over at Lake Ida today, we went Peacock bass fishing. I had Ross Bass and Wendy Bass out for three days, today was the first day we went out. We caught over (40) forty peacock bass with (1) one large-mouth bass that weight (6lbs) six pounds.

Some of the peacock bass were caught off a roadrunner. The rest were caught off live-bait jumping around fishing areas that we know are holding heavy amounts of peacock bass. A lot of the peacock bass were from (1lb) one pound to (3) three pounds with that great large-mouth around (5-1/2) five and a half to (6lbs) six pounds today.

This is Captain Brett Isackson, with your daily report from BASS ONLINE.

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